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Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Joe Pags
"Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview coming into the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. The United States had compiled an astonishing 71 1 record in men's basketball basketball was Ara Game. And in no other venue was that so apparent as in the Olympics, But that year was different. While the rest of the world who had been learning the game from the Americans were sending their best players. The American team, made up of all college players struggled to an embarrassing bronze medal finish. That was the.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"A is trying to find songs that will help them. You know uplift. Their spirits a highly highly recommend skinny brown's album very lows my mood and ultimately misfits. I just. I have nothing else to say about that song. Yeah nothing bad. Everything is just good so highly recommended just just a reminder that three albums i talked about was the quiet quiet storm a night record break. 'em odiham original soccer. I think was a middle and there was tao's locals only I'm gonna go with the first track locals only for sure. Okay just because that was when i knew like immediately turn it on like the first record of is called darling. Okay like the capital letter. Oh and then assists darling debate. That was when a new light on my god. This is something never heard before this is the. This is the acoustic trap. I was talking about yes sounds so natural truck firms. You can hear on a discovery channel documentary all while it sounds so natch. Mike nature ish. I like that. Yeah so definitely. Check it out. I think it will interest some of you people that you might not like it. I guess but you will. At least amid like this is freddie. We're if you don't like it you'll sates weird if you like it as save like this is great so jae-ho old darlie for sure for sure. Well that's all the time we have for today but please do comment and let us know. What your favorite albums are and if you enjoyed today's episode please go subscribe to our podcast on all platforms and please give us a five star rating if you want more k. Hip hop contents. Go checkout daytonas. Instagram at m. y. k. underscored the for k. hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore therapy. Thank you guys and see guys next time he's..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"A sense and doesn't quite i guess. Make this album of bad album anyway. Because for shaker there is a reason. People call albums records This is a record like not. Yeah this is a wrecker. What mean like for sure like innocence. Lepuc a historical record. You know Short this is a kind of time. Capsule of what the law was feeling at the time. And that's i think how people should approach using in how people should approach albums i. It's not like there's a mandatory need for you to remain the same person you are at the time you're sure that album of although it's kind of understandable some fans kind of that Defoe sold-out in not buying that Saying that They can't listen young any more. That's that's fine at That's up to you and thing is of the album that came after this founder founders regarded as a very great as a really great album to ashton some people actually prefer founder overall. I could see that. It's how i'm not even like like i guess a ratio of six two four okay. Yeah if if if if there if they are ten defense six of them would say young law four of them will say founder found a was basically defoe's defense case. The entire concept of the valuable is showing why he had to sell out. The worst thing is his music. Never sold out in my opinion because over for sure. I know there was a feature on that. Ama- the single. But that's really not enough for me to say i made. I mean that's the part where i'd say. That's the experimental. It's fun you go and try new things. So i see where you're coming from on that a lot of people like rubbed the wrong way but if you think god. Vmc joses beef started from that but now kind of justice is doing the same thing exactly like it's almost as if it was tragic innocence because i never here states rappers fight over who gets on tv or not. Usually when they talk about selling out is because they begin to make different kinds of salts exactly not just because they went on. Tv if you think about it flow never kind of changed his music medium like he changed the medium exact rather than is musical tastes exactly so like.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"And don't forget to give us five star rating also for more contents. Please go and follow our socials at seoul. Underscore therapy are right so today. We each picked out our two favourite albums where one album is a bit older and one. That's more recent and we'll have in depth conversations so let's go so mad. I was like digging through A lot of artists and just listening to whole bunch of music. Like i always do and i. It was difficult bro. You know it's just trying to pick out two of your favorite teams one. That's older one that's newer. That's so hard it's pretty much asking like. What's your favorite burger. You know like this burger that burger so that it was really difficult for me. I don't know about you but for me. The two albums that picked and really tough decision. Like i had to really narrow this down by listening to the artists that i wanted to pick out. Yeah and man. This was really difficult. So when i came to conclusion was for the old album i picked deep flows young album which came out in two thousand fifteen and the more recent album might chose skinny brown's album his first know he called berry loves my mood and it came out a couple of months ago. Yeah but yemen. Those two albums for me really did the job. And i mean when i say did the job i mean it delivered because if you think about it. Both of the albums are very different decree. It's very different. Were it's it's. It's like a completely different sub toronto. Because when you talk about de flows album young. It's considered a classic. Yes says at this point. I think you can kind of regarded as default like magnum opus. Oh yeah for sure. It's like hysterical when people will talk about the flow and this is now that they talk about exactly exactly and it's dude. It's so highly regarded and i would think what i love about. This album is how there's like a balance this in the sound production. So you have some trap sounds in there but at the same time you get a mellow down song and also you get like that hard hitting boom bap type sound so that it's just a classic. I mean when you talk about korean hip hop this is the album. Thou- i would recommend to people when people choice there. Hey daniel what's a..
Fauci Asks for Medical Records of Wuhan Lab Staff
"Chief. Medical advisor is stepping up the pressure on china when it comes to getting to the source of the outbreak of coronavirus with. Who's report not seemingly offering a satisfying enough bouncer. Anthony fauci wants beijing to release a medical records of nine people whose illnesses might show if covert nineteen first emerged as a result of a lab. Leak wants to tell us more. I'm joined on the line from seoul by the china correspondent washington post even though a very good morning. Good afternoon to you. Good to have you with us. Hi thank you for having me here. What do what do we think that found. She wants to find out well Right now a lot of questions remain unanswered about what exactly was happening in wuhan in the days preceding the pandemic outbreak and one of these reports has been that some of the researchers at the wuhan institute of virology had fallen ill with symptoms consistent with corona virus in november. And so that's something that There have not been The on the chinese side. They have denied that this has happened. And what fao chea saying. Is that the medical records should be released so there can be independent verification.
Belgium Recalls Ambassador to South Korea After Wife Filmed Slapping Shop Assistant
"Belgium is terminating the contract of its ambassador to South Korea after his wife was caught on security cameras slapping a shop assistant in Seoul. The ambassador's wife initially invited diplomatic immunity to avoid charges. The Belgian government waved. It said that the South Korean police could investigate the incident
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Gb like this is kind of late last problems he will have because sure. Yeah he's going to change his fan base like he needs to transition out of the thirteen year old fan base and this is a great opportunity to do that if sure like the responded higher who goes to the controversy because it really apologized for him. He's absolutely apologize that thirteen year. Old girl or whatever actually we don't pull the hide those pictures because at what the fuck yes and any other cape attainment company that we have just throw him under the bus. Hey take a break or something. Sarah really locked the fact that they're basically supporting their autism in whatever thing that they do which is basically what he wanted. So that's why odeal. I've got like i'm a bit skeptical again with higher thing you because it's very much a robbers label kind of thing. See what i mean and all their autism are be Knows a bit more alternative date. Didn't really flourish on the label. You know they didn't stay for a long time so that this could be a new start for them to actually deal there. Aren be so of wing of higher. Because they're gonna have in office that's going to be successful so the knee like make the up. Yeah i They also like i back from. I know like people not a some people disagree on this. But i basically look at higher alien jazz. Similar entities like indigo music is like just music and stuff like that and considering they are like they also have or being hoodie at lee high on the label as well like they're really tried to expand beyond him and i it this finding j. b. is like a part of that i think cheese seoul was also gop but yet it was Was posing for me. Because he changed his name and they need change it back again and then he changed it in each back again. He was signed and did one. Compilation album just decided to go out again. So i don't see how to smell ep. I think that was like nothing was controversial anything but i think it was more of a personal.
A Conversation on Our Post-Coronavirus Future
"In today's episode. We want to examine the strand looking at the impact of the pandemic and ask writers and thinkers for their thoughts are post covid future. One particular aspect that will be discussed is gender equality in the time of covid nineteen now. I'm joined by everyday sexism founder. Laura bates leads a series of discussions around motherhood and the ways covid nineteen has impacted upon that lower. Thanks so much for joining us. Now you've been involved in. Hey for a long time. How do you feel about the digital festival opening up the event globally reaching people who otherwise might not get to enjoy events and enjoying important discussions. Well thank you so much for having me is great to be talking to you again. I think it's a wonderful thing while of course like everybody else. I was absolutely heartbroken. At the loss of the physical festival and the wonderful omega indescribable atmosphere of redesign thinkers and writers. Coming together. there was a wonderful opening of of new possibilities in horizons actually in the realization that same spirit of communing and of discussion and investigation and mutual curiosity and exploration and new ideas sparking that all of that could actually happen on an international stage. Virtually and while of course. We mustn't make the assumption that that virtual space is accessible to everybody nonetheless. There was a massively increased accessibility about it. And the mir. It came so vibrantly clearly to life. When i was lucky enough to do a kind of event as part of that festival with gloria steinem and suddenly realized that i think may ten thousand people around the world with an listening with us joining us in that conversation interacting taking asking her questions and sending in seoul and an sharing on social media and and that was just completely incredible so i think something really beautiful and positive has come out of it as well.
I Bought a Drone. Now What?
"Daniel. Thanks so much for taking some time to sit down with me today as i shared with. You have a lot of questions. So why don't we start with you and the work that you do in the support center in for that matter. What is the support center. Great question wonderful to be here. Thanks for having dominique. So i'm doing corporate. I run the support. Outreach team. In the office of integration at the faa the office of us integration. So my job kind of sees a few different things one of which is the support center. Seoul start there's jazzed about it. The support center is basically a call center that you can call the faa and ask any question that you have about us and we will give you the answer or find it if we don't know it and it's it's pretty outstanding that you can call a federal agency as big as the faa and complex is the faa and. We actually pick up the phone. If you call us at the support center we will pick up the phone. You talk to a real person that works her office if you send us an email or respond to you. It's kind of the best customer service you can get these days that does sound really outstanding Do you know. I'm always afraid of asking You know silly questions but do you see a certain type of question. Come in more often than any other just anecdotally. It's a great question. Yeah i mean it ebbs and flows and it's interesting because it really helps us get into the mindset of what's going on out there and what policy issues may becoming opera bubbling up So consistently we get questions really basic questions. I gotta drown. What do i do with it. How do i register. I'm confused Or you know right. Now we have some new rulemaking coming out for a remote. Id and operations over people and there's a new training element to it. So we're getting a lot of questions about you know the training and how to access it. And what does it mean so It definitely flows ebbs and flows with with what's going on out there
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Music and if you're that listener who likes that trap stuff but with strong lyrics highly recommend listening to sends two thousand nineteen the stranger end specifically radar featuring now i highly recommend it. I wasn't i wasn't a big fan of e sense when i started listening to hip hop but When i started listening to the anecdote the antics y'all ever since that album i- i instantly fell in love with his music. The man is insane. yeah he is. He's actually favorite rapper. So i immediately know what you're talking exactly. I just i was like wow the production on all of his songs especially radar man to frankas ridiculously talented dude. That guy is still unique with his. Beat selection beat leaking. It's like cut Futuristic hip hop like the he's making very experimental but at the same time it kind of caters to the audience. It's like super minimalistic. That album very minimalistic. It reminded me a lot of. Td stuff make the early g rock albums absorb for sure schoolboy two albums like those that kind of trendies like very pristine but something in their kind of beets. Yeah for those. That don't know you sense for starters. I highly recommend radar troop sale putting on top of that. Some people were listening to I really recommended. Listen to it with the lyrics. Your hundred. Percents he says is one of those rappers like that really uses own do he. I don't he's english at all like very little not. Yeah on i mean. He uses english quite a lot at the time. But he's usually just for like slang terms like hip-hop slang like almost all of his lyrics are composed in korean. And because like one thing about senses that the i call it The way you appreciate his music is going to change on how well your first korean example. If you're a person who doesn't know english say you're going to be gravitated. More less say conde santa common or a gnaws for sure you're going to be attracted more to young or future than you'll kendrick and i think that's that's important to take it easy. Says it regarded as the most lyrical individual in individual. Wanna talk lyricist. He is the quintessential lyricist. He is the standard when it costs lyricism in current pop. So if you're listening to make sure you check the lyrics are will. That's all the time we have for today. But please do comment and let us know what you think about the topic. We went over today. And if you enjoy today's episode please go and subscribe to our podcast on all streaming platforms and please give us that five star rating if you want more. Kate hip hop contents. Go checkout daytonas. Instagram at m. y. k. underscore daytona for k. Hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore. Therapy thank you guys so much and see you guys next time piece..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"What i'm talking about here is. I don't think auditions programs are. What do you call it. I don't think the best. The rapper do out of those auditions is to make hit songs anymore. I mean i think about this a lot If you look at. Show me the monday night. The songs that actually do Are vs at on air. Those two songs and also low boys song with kyrie boy tomorrow. Wait no no no. I confused on air was tomorrow. I think 'cause on air went up the charts. And i it fell down again this almost. I n t. Oh sorry sorry. Credit credit song that really did will was visa credit. The other song. I got out of the chart very quickly. They feel like they fell out at the top really fast fell out at the top twenty thirty really fast muslims to actually really were these two songs back in the days. All of the songs like show me the money. Five or example like all of the songs hit the charts like topped everywhere like she was everywhere and that fell in fell in fell and really the most though point in showing the money is seasoning charted oil so everyone thought maybe show me. The money is going to be a failure in and it was not exactly the failure was if you look back at it but it wasn't like the greatest should ever either no. Yeah so it's like half fluke. In a half success. Highschool season haiku season for talking for for from a purely commodity. Stamp boy was a total failure. Yeah for sure to show me the money. Eight of high school rapper franchise. That's what i was gonna go because the constant seem very aligned with one another because the the theme just felt very trapped in a trap. You know there's big name contestants in high school rapper but just because you have big name. Artists doesn't mean the show empanel successful. So i the hottest thing about this show was producers for sure. That's the only that is not a good thing. the that's true. Yeah there was no balance. I would say it was one way or the other. It was either the producers or the artists but to be honest it was mostly the producers and self flat like you were mentioning and like a music diet higher. Toco come higher ambition using way shed in trouble and the some local team. Yeah like the way. These three teams went and the way daytona was so different late now. There's a certain logic to how the other three went. They may very similar sauce with very minor differences minor distinct differences but in the same direction. Daytona team didn't have a direction at all. No i agree. Yeah like chia put on a song that was completely rock inspire. Shoe religion was basically like two thousand ten occasion stops. Oh man i got one like look ever since. I heard this man like this is so different from the other sauce. This doesn't have any kind of calculation behind. Like like i don't i have problems with song But at least it was vastly different from what other people were doing. The in that sense. I think daytona really did the right thing here. Because if you're not going to charge you might as well make whatever you want to so true Thing is a lot of people in the korean hip hop community. I don't know about massive failure. I'm talking strictly about like Hip hop community people. Were like ten this me. So which of the me much league like that. That cloud rap because that is the cloud read that does is a xactly most trendy wrap any or maybe a little trendy at by twenty ten or twenty eleven. Like not reading. Yeah like when ace at rocky was dropping his Stuff like that. So in a sense people were really impressed by shoe. And i think that ensures a better future makes sense now nyc at least people really are paying attention to your music because with the exception of already like represent already have major label backing for example trail and dr in idle rappers. Who are not exactly going to have a rapper All of the other rappers. What i got from this was i listen to music stuff instead of their stuff like this is higher music music. This is a. Omg type of music but my point is why what. I listened to these songs when they are already better. Jesus low me not to be home. Right now mckinney high Being offensive. Here i would rather listen to iffy than any of these in to me. While if you're going for the same direction you might. You need to make this all better in order to me you come. For example. mainstream beer are mainstream. Analogy like one of the two hottest rappers. The states are right now. Little baby gunnery..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Usually this applies to bob in the sense where it's not ab ab a like kind of way. On in this new era where represented more melodic like the point where you're give inflections melodies. Serve what the. Brian did back in the nineties into thousands and one way i think is to make the record sound fresh and not as pretentious to shake up the rhyme game true like kind of free verse for example aesthetic rhyming instead of giving melodies at a like a d. a. b. structure may go for like a b. a. Know i mean put similar melodies in different positions at different bars in so that. It is not as predictable. Yo want chris. Brown was managed to do was put the predictable pattern in the hook. But the verse was not that predictable way Was like man if he put the Melody here he's going to put me in the next i in the next bar but instead he like to bore later instead of putting it in the media next bar lake. If you look at the details of that song it's very nuanced is very it has all all the candy in it but it is headed. It has not in your face. Here's decani is like. Look for the candy. Kind of thing The more listened to that song is just ended. They put a really a lot of thought into this kid. If you look at the program like is right on caroline my favorite contestant from the if you look at the way. They made their song. They made the book in two minutes right. Yeah that's andrea. This is my prediction here. I'm not saying these are facts anymore. once they got the ingredients for that song like once they made the hook the probably recorded the versus right almost as if the took lake on the various components of the song but they recorded thing jerry easily like just left ideas here and there but they were very careful in putting them together. I'd ask from the song the memorial or like everything is so calculated but didn't seen calculated okay. Many other songs during this competition sounded very calculated. Like houston to rhyme here. And he's going to put them at here and most of the times and win that way that i suspected and if it is to calculated people are not going to remember assure more predictable you are like. I think. That is the art of calm music. You need to be in double but not too predictable need to be fresh but the true fresh true especially if you're looking for chart music home for sure is chris. I mean did that but not many others seems did for sure end for me i think with this overall you know season i completely agree with you to me. Even though it kind of progress in the latter part i still think at the end of the day it very dry. It felt very underwhelming. It almost seems as if the one really gave it their all even signed it but it just energy there's at this kind of tone in this atmosphere just it's very seldom is very bland. I would say actually. I don't think they did. I think you're right. Daniel era people that gave their all For sure no people that didn't give their all like give their all. But i don't blame them because like one of the controversies i saw was dead quiet. The doesn't do shit. That's there was controversy about is like what was people if you think about it right after the show ended. Put out a song together you. You saw that album rate. The loser rap album that is easily. That's the king desk to kind of game that the quiet in the plane here surprised by this. Actually yeah i mean i like that is the best you can get out of this like Personally i liked it because they do it in a sense like quote unquote did do shit. It's like i think at some point. The quiet realized the best seasons ono. I mean just if you look at him through the show he just didn't seem interested at all and if you look at yoga he was just. Okay let's just must do very easy going on asked as as the kind of knew that this season was already from the first few episodes is like i think they gave up. I would say. I think their mentality was. This was like no what i'm getting. The few gyms out of this like the few people that actually are unique getting them out at making them make whatever music. They wanted true because even if they're going for mass appeal kind of knew that the sink going into the charge. Anyway because there is so much less clout on the show itself. Yeah the If you look at t daytonas not getting biased. Dato because of the name by the way for surely happen in tuesday a little bit about this. No that is not the case. They're very weird solace came down in daytona. Dude that's where i was going to refer. I was like what in the world. Are we getting out of this team. It's so then you know they just. They knew that. I think this is my prediction. One hundred percent my prediction. By the way the i'm not saying neither any on any shape of form especially the young guys will but especially the quiet has always been known to korean. Prophesying is being the mastermind. I like you think you're doing something wrong. But it always turns out. He's the right guy there when people when he started out illinois records like people were like why this is not. This is not supposed to go. Where lyrical miracle people ninety shit. Why is dumb ass Bucci and it turns out he was right. Ilir change the culture out for sure the little moves he make. I think like every time he does something it's like he gets hated on but some Turns out to be the right person in the end. The true no That's that's.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"If i wanted toppy songs i would've gone for auditions facts. Now yeah like if you look at the hey days of hip hop additions like show me the money seasons three four. I'm high school rapper. One too yeah. They never went for poppy direction. True even if they did it was more of a deviation like if you had like three songs in the If you at three songs throughout the whole competition maybe one of them was really sweet and popular stuff true. This season was like it was hard to find songs at actually had a more hard hitting presence. Yeah yeah that's that's really true. The thing is this is. I'm not saying that they don't have the artistic freedom to do that. Like whatever but somehow the weird thing is the more geared themselves toward mass appeal. They fail to get it. Get that mass appeal. They're so going for really interesting like it is true that hip-hop has definitely sweeten a little bit more than there. They did well on the charts. But somehow this is very interesting. Because one thing i when i heard the songs was that mantis mantis might not be my taste but this might actually top the charts like i saw of tarp to jump measles but interesting. They just didn't happen. Which makes me think. Maybe it's not the songs themselves that drove they kind of chart success. What actually happens in the program is and you need to have good stages but down to have good performances. You need to have character establishment but i think the kind of failed to be really honest. Here just disappointing. Rolling like everything about this program was made shore to have as much as sharp potential as possible. But we're sure for sure they never measured up to it You remember you remember that song. That went against chris brown loose. Oh yeah yeah. I do remember chris brown moose like that was the song that actually surprised me that if i had to pick one song off of the whole competition it's dad saul while that's the art. We're not expected you to pick that one like because that's a whole discussion but what was the opposite of crispin. What's that salt where the kids were dancing in suspenders It wasn't formed. I think he was. Yeah i'm i'm looking at that stage bike. Yeah this is for tiktok pa. This was made for tiktok. Okay considering talk here. No of course not shitting on tiktok. Because there's lots of creative content from coming from tiktok believe it or not but i just hate what tiktok did to music ever lake this at when i heard that song man this is our version of treats to cease light. This the home. That is a there a accurate representations. Even dance they did. Vital left foot was how the to go. I have no idea. I've only listened to a couple of times. So i like genuinely forgot about it but but succeeded in on tiktok does not necessarily mean you're going to chart light top. The charts in korea is a different game here like maybe in the states. It has a huge once. But from what i know from korean like mass appeal is dead. Creates don't like tiktok much much as people in the states to through like myriad of different reasons like korean. People don't make as much as people in the western hemisphere do truly and so when i heard that song like almost start a mainstream right away. You're like mainstream. Because as i just said tiktok is not mainstream chabad. There are many songs that i thought mainstream here. That was the song that made me think about tiktok. Make sense okay. Yeah so. I really get what the producers were going from that song but when i saw that man immediately when i saw that performance it was like mandate did it for the charts but this. There's no way this is getting that much success and not be not to sound pretentious year but did not do well in the charts right. I mean none of the songs were really on the Anyways so yeah. Exactly like on the other hand chris moves was that that is the kind of song that i want to hear. If you're going for mainstream appeal because The hook was not pretentious. Okay most of the folks. Not most i guess a substantial amount of the hoax for this season was like yours to hook. Yeah it was like it sounded super flake. Artificial like they had to make the hope because it was the hook right but this sounded natural. That like from what i have seen from not just career. But there's the whole trend of hip hop in general is that there has to be less distinction between the hook at diverse. Yeah like that is the flow of like the genres going for like you had artists. That young thug on twenty one savage in that kind of bled into the caribbean scene. Where the coke should not stand out that much but still kind of stand out. You have to write that berry finn line very well and i think chris brown moves. Did that crisper moves was the kind of the very few solace that like. It's catchy but not like in your face. Catchy it's catchy because it actually works your way through away the listener psyche. In a way that there's disliked differentiation between diverse in the hook am so hard to explain this ago. Explained it yes. I'm what i'm getting is that it sounded sounds as if the song chris brown moves. It's not overwhelming. Ali pretentious very natural. The waiting to be like for example Let me kick in a little bit of major knowledge here as insurance major if you look at poetry wind schemes. There's everyone knows the ab abc d. cd-roms..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"But we also noticed how this season to a certain extent. It seemed like the hype. Kinda ran dry enabled due to covid but the energy and the toll didn't really progress to the latter part of the program. So i wanted to start a discussion with just a general question of. What is your overall. Take on highschool rapper for your kind of jitters here daniel lamey flake quality from the quality of the music lake. How could the contestants were like all of that. Aside just looking ahead how How much of a you want to call it. How hot this was against right lake. No this man. This season didn't measure up to the previous three at all It has since high school has already spin on a decline. I guess yeah yeah. Season two was great but it was not very great season. One season three was cut okay but it was not as good season to season for. I think we're starting to see the beginning of the end. Maybe it started to kinda dim a little bit. yeah. I'm i think there are many many factors to this Percival of there weren't any female Us on that is very true. I know like a the production team said they were not like not many female rappers applied in the first place and there were not the people who did like they thought was not viable enough to get like they were not skilled enough. I guess yeah. They said that the press conference considering lake whether or not that is true Let's say it is true. That doesn't take away from the fact that there's less diversity and the pool in not saying this from politically correct standpoint from a very business perspective if you have less representation in a certain group that is on tv. It means you're going to lose half of your like viewership that is very true. Yeah One of the best things about highschool rapper. Three was not because the people on there were wrapping better than people are wrapping their on racking better than the contestants of high school season. Like what to was. Because there were lots of characters that were represented you through had substantial female rappers and that details that more women will be able to see this audition program actually rooting for them. Like that is very true. Very very diverse by being that divers means having diverse. People look at your program. Having davis night watcher program but the season lacks that which means stats. There will be less. People watching program is true like this whole gender show side. Let's put that on the side if you really think about it. The contestants themselves were not that diverse either their worst standout characters any season would right but even if you look at the initial pool of the contestants that actually made it i can't. I don't really think they were very die. I like one thing. I noticed from the first episode of season four was i think they're unique enough. You have that much of a unique style on here a bit. Good to just give people who didn't want to show general scope of things like once i watched episode wanted to it was like seventy percent of these. Dues are so obviously influenced by little tachi. Everyone tried to wrap like him. Like you get Talking about the influence is there. It's like that is not what i go to. High school rebelled four. Four gesture not not not not not on like you look at it like to mainstream seen in you see a bunch of like nobody rappers trying to like imitate hjelm suck or played party or lose vert may be why am i. Why am i seeing this on tv again. I have to deal with that. Show youtube now. I have to deal with that shit on. Tv to link Which was really weird incense. Because the songs were spike except for a field the stem cells were not playboy. Cardi light. yeah so what happened was instead of all different rappers. Writing on beads plane with carney would what happened was a bunch of playboy cardi's writing cutting would never rap over really weird good depiction to picture. The problem with previous seasons. Were may be that. Their words feats that were so similar. Yeah not always the case again. This is just generalizing for for lake. The picture like for the bigger picture ear. This season problem was that there were divers feeds and song concepts but the Wrapping over them didn't have enough differentiation between them. Yeah yeah that's true design. I was looking at the list. There's a whole bunch of different producers so that show the diversity but sadly like an even though. The songs were diverse. Because they were. I'm not taking that away from that. Like for sure. Like if you look at the influences like there are samba. rhythm influences like. They're very many different types here but most of them were looking at a single direction. Like yeah you can't take away from disowns songs instead. Various rhythms like various different approaches. But all of them landed like most of them lake. Were obviously like geared toward fee as top as possible. Yeah that was kind of a disappointment for me. Because.
Three Months Before Olympics, Japan Declares Emergency in Tokyo
"Of the Tokyo Olympics say they're prepared to hold the games without any Spectators if necessary. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports with less than three months to go before the Games. Much of Japan's population remains under a state of emergency chief organizer Seiko Hashimoto told a press conference Wednesday that the games could proceed without fans if having them causes problems for the country's medical system. Critics say such problems are inevitable. Organizers have requested 500 nurses from the Japanese Nursing Association to help out at the Games. Medical workers launched a protest on Twitter in response, saying they can't spare the personnel in that the country should be focused on coronavirus countermeasures, not the Olympics. Overseas Spectators have already been banned from the Games. Organizers say they'll decide about domestic fans. By June. Anthony Kuhn NPR NEWS Seoul
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"Wasn't guys. Welcome back to another episode of sold therapy off cashed. I his wine atonal annual and then days episode. We'll be talking about two topics first. One being groovy breeding dern director label area and the oji legendary artists zeno joining isa's label on it. So if you guys as usual enjoyed today's episode please subscribe to our podcast on any upward. Don't forget to give stuff. I star reading on the apple also or more content. Please go and follow us on social at seoul. Underscore therapy okay so to kick off. Today's episode let me. Let me give you a brief background based week. Groovy room who is currently under stable. Higher music created another label called area and while this is ruby rooms. Powdered or a label is still considered a sub label higher music. So i believe jay and grew have ownership to know from all these artists together. So what did i do. You think this relationship will work for me. I think it will work amazingly well just because just because we seen this before with alienate records said it will with ambition music as subway will. But i think this is something. That's really new and interesting because you're creating another sub label under a sub label. I would say it's interesting you know. But that's just my opinion because people can just say just another label or sub label. But i i really think it's a subway and ruby room creating another self label. I think he might be the first Labeled to actually create another slum subway under a sub label which is really interesting and it it although it's very fairly new. I would still think that it's really amazing at. I think it's gonna work well just because it all. It's groovy rewrite. Everybody loves groovy road. Ed and i think groovy room is at the point where they've established himself as one of the elites in the korean hip hop scene as a producer. And i think this is going to expand the hip hop community because i remember in our previous episodes. Daytona would always mention how you know. The korean hip bob is way too small in Span and i think is could be a sign up. Community becomes acre because you're creating another label as under a sub label double sub label. Yes so why. Not you know other other labels can do that to. Emc crew starting a sub label. All i think it could be trained in the crane obscene s with two artists in gemini. I think that's a really good start. So you get one kind of arm be fusion style and then you get more of a hip hop style with near any so i think at the end of the day. This is a really good start for higher music and groovy room so i don't. This is just me. But i don't know but you guys i see so they told me. What do you think the relationship. I mean especially decree culture. This could be pretty interesting rate. There is a new which is a ceo. There's another stunning the ceo. I'm very very affected. There's a sub label under a sub label is interesting but also it is a bit different in a sense because if you look at it Higher music in g have same. Co which is true so in a sense we call it sub label because just because it was the second company to be made not because necessarily a bit the second companies actually under the wing of the first competent so higher music was created later but it is not exactly under a the same ceo Yeah yeah but higher music as groom as an artist exactly and that artist is becoming a ceo for another sub label. Yeah right so when it comes to business perspective and i'm sure I think you would be better informed on this one. Because you're beijing to that but from what i see This is a very safe way to expand your business. Sure because look. There's always going to be trouble when you're managing a company especially a record school especially when it comes to the whole celebrity hollywood thing because there's a certain very uncertainty commodity because like when you're artist is does something wrong or early illegally late Tank right this is a very all tile industry and what i from what i know because groovy room is a ceo of area but they are also contract under high end music by whenever they need help for example crisis management. Just like. i said it's basically going to be higher music infrastructure. That is going to be used right. Am i right on this one. Yeah no i totally agree with you and yeah. It's a good move. It's really good movement in terms of business. I think for sure. Yeah when he goes to business is nothing wrong with this and There's also the point that our producers they're not robbed producer. Ceo's we never have producer fields. I mean of course a quiet produces owned beats a lot of the tires but he is known first as rapper. Lovie room is not known as rapper. There strictly production right true. So i never saw this. For a never saw case where i saw producers leading cruise i saw the users heading up close like certain clicks but not a record label and i feel like there was. There was a small one. You in the past be late but just not it. Wasn't this significant. Because i cannot actually remember any of them off the top trouble. Loan is ceo of our music true. But that kinda counts against your through. He's doing with jay bar right so it is a very safe strategy when he goes to business expansion and i guess it all it all comes down to how much does prove a room have not just musically but being like recognizing future talent. Barani was a good choice assured. She's on fire right now agreed. Yeah she singlehandedly. Almost along with mush final by resurrecting the show monday night. Cpi data that stage was.
South Korean Court Rejects Suit Against Japan Over Sexual Slavery
"Court in South Korea has dismissed a case against the Japanese government brought by victims of sexual slavery during World War two. NPR's Anthony Kuhn is in Seoul. The judge ruled that Japan enjoys sovereign immunity and cannot be the object of a civil lawsuit. The same court ruled in January that sovereign immunity does not apply to crimes against humanity. And ordered Japan to pay the victim's reparations. Historical feuds, including this one helped keep ties between the U. S. Is main allies in Northeast Asia Tense
US, China 'Committed to Cooperating' on Climate Crisis: Joint Statement
"Radio This weekend, the U. S and China agreed to address climate change A. B C's Uni Han has more the U. S and China issuing a joint statement the work on reducing emissions and aim for global temperatures in the Paris agreement this following a meeting between special presidential climate envoy John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart earlier in the week, speaking in Seoul on Saturday, Harry singled out China for its call. Use. Mine is the biggest biggest cold user in the world, and because it's such a big, powerful economy on country. It needs to move. China hasn't confirmed. It's attending President Biden's virtual climate Summit, which starts
US And China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Change
"Before President Biden is the host of virtual summit on climate change. The world's two biggest carbon polluters agreed to work together on the issue. The United States and China released a statement following two days of talks in Shanghai in which they announced that they have agreed to tackle the climate crisis with the seriousness in urgency that it demands. Speaking in Seoul, the U. S special presidential envoy for climate, John Kerry said there is still a lot of work to be done something China's had an amazing deployment of renewables. And China has the major producer solar panels in the world. But That doesn't mean you don't need to reduce the coal. China is the world's biggest carbon emitter, followed by the United States. The two countries pump out nearly half of the fossil fuel fumes that are warming the planet's atmosphere. I'm Karyn
US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Crisis With Urgency
"Days before president by Dennis to host a virtual summit on climate change the world's two biggest completes his agreed to work together on the issue the United States and China released a statement following two days of talks in Shanghai in which they announced that they have agreed to tackle the climate crisis with the seriousness and urgency that it demands speaking in Seoul the US special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry said there is still a lot of work to be done on some things China has had an amazing deployment of renewables and China is the major producer of solar panels in the world but that doesn't mean you don't need to reduce the cosigner is the world's biggest carbon emitter followed by the United States the two countries pump out nearly Hoff of the fossil fuel fumes that all warming the planet's atmosphere I'm Karen Thomas
After China, US Envoy Kerry in S. Korea for Climate Talks
"John Kerry met with South Korea's foreign minister in Seoul today for talks ahead of a virtual global climate summit next week called by President Biden carry arrived in South Korea after a four day visit to China, where he held closed door meetings with senior Chinese officials in Shanghai. A
Weakness in the Market Tempers Big Tech Gains on Tuesday
"Here. Asian markets followed Wall Street higher Wednesday after a U. S. Inflation ticked up in Japanese machinery orders fell. Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney. We're all up. Tokyo was off. Stocks closed mixed on Tuesday as gains from a handful of big tech Were tempered by weakness elsewhere in the market. Treasury yields fell, which hurt banks but helped Tech the S and P Rose 0.3% notching another record high. The Dow slipped 0.2% in the tech heavy NASDAQ was up more than 1% among the major tech Apple gained
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"Veterans of the game stats. Why this is such a messed up. Tis situation because like you know in boxing like heavyweights heavyweights and bureau. There's heavyweight like featherweight. Lightweight right dislike seeing a lightweight fighter heavyweight. Exactly what are you trying to hit a guy at least three times bigger than you. You'll lose weight it's crazy. Mommy said the exact same thing you just said. I'm not exactly. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yes. Oh mommy saw was. Basically 'cause i mean everyone. The pop scene was watching this. Mommy's on the tweet was like yo light. I love rookies. New confident but in owen is a well respect. Rapper from way back. And i'm always like i wish rotea snow to pick on rappers their side their weight class. So yeah daytona. You're right on point App gotten allies to lake is recited each check. Dan mason. The rookie was twice. Swing said the exact same thing to mommy's on is a veteran right. He's a. he's a rookie. Was g checked twice by two different veterans. Someone needs to stop in. So just you know you sure about this. Needs to be like putting hanument on. I think this is a bad idea in canadian cold. Where you at cold as you really wanna. Do you really sure you want to do this kind of thing. Like so many talk with him and look bad for him. Yeah going just quickly for me day. I commend undoing for attending. I commend him in. Oh but backing as mentioned back it up but also just pick on somebody your own size. I guess it's not looking great for him. So i commend him for the but it will fully easy reckless being records being brave as like right like it's really very small difference for sure. Exactly you think terribly reckless with this. Hopefully he's able to learn and take away for sure he had the chance to learn last time fig if the managers in our c. Thank you for giving us. This topic is aqua. Ingo killed so it moving onto our second topic. We have cream Zico putting out music when they're currently enlisted military. And this has been you know not a concern but more of a question from newell fans as you know a lot of people questioning or you actually allowed to put up music when you're industry military now and we have our those specialized professional in this area. Help give give us. The juice is clear now putting the disclaimer year. I'm not especially as a non professional was the case. Is this something that's okay or is it a legal. What about I think what I know like it might seem weird. But it actually. There's a very logical explanation possible for this like really on. but i'm really serious about this disclaimer. i'm not sh- what hundred percent sure is how it's working right now. Just need a. There is a very possible way to be doing this. star was k- See king is currently in the army. He's in the marines He's in the troops division which is the most dominant faction the korean army On thing Many people don't know like the especially foreign fans is that the korean war is not over. Technically really we're on. A ceasefire never signed a peace treaty. None of that. We're still technically at war is just there has been any major conflicts and both sides are kind of trying to cheap but hearing to the ceasefire. That's why korea men are keep jenkins like conscripted into the army manned because this is conscription not volunteer process cannot. It is illegal to make money when you're in the military right so nationally. The question comes up. How are these still putting on music. Is it illegal. Like the kennard money. You should be putting out music. And naturally they're not putting on soundcloud. They're putting you on officials streaming services where they're supposed to make streaming numbers right true so it raises the question. Like how are they doing this. How is like this because this is not only a case of right like zico has a feature on it becomes out too so i think this is a case if he notice on things that he's putting out music but he's never putting out his own music true he's always featuring it right. That's where i decided that This might be a little bit different because on one thing about the korean seen his dad There are two types of can get paid for features. You either get paid a large amount of front or you demand royalties from that song so as to be like in just in case someone quite get what i'm saying it's like i'm going to feature on your record and every like revenue off of it and two percent. That's one way the other ways. I know what just pay me one hundred dollars right now thousand dollars right now. That's number two so when it comes to the second transaction you get the money when you're recording right true not when it goes on streaming services getting paid immediately affront just by sending your point to that particular artist so my furious sick finished all of that recording before he went to the army Just being released now so technically speaking he got paid before he was enlisted in the army. So it is not illegal at all perfects. Yeah that's one number one scenario and number two scenario is he's doing this offer free which i seriously doubt as possible to be like you know because they are sold league name at this point it could be more. Y'all light off featured free this time you feature beefy for like my next dino on. I don't think that is. I mean technically legally. That would be a problem at all but when it comes to pr. I don't think that is a good move if he's actually doing that. Because people are very sensitive about the army here people going to the army and someone having a unfair advantage over others by not be looked upon as a great thing so especially because the king is not serving the conventional service. Like when you get enlisted in the army. Most korean amend have to spend the entirety of their life for two years in the army. City is.
South Korea's Opposition Party Wins 2 Key Local Elections
"President has been soundly defeated in a special election for mayoral posts across the country. Npr's anthony kuhn reports from seoul. The results signal support for the country's conservative opposition. Opposition candidates won by large margins in mayoral races for both soul and bussan the country's two biggest cities the votes were held to replace progressive mayors with the ruling democratic party. Both of whom were felled. By sexual harassment scandals souls ex-mayor committed suicide. The democratic party which favors engagement with north korea had won four elections in a row since two thousand sixteen but diplomacy with pyongyang has stalled and government efforts aimed at controlling soaring. Housing prices have failed. Wednesday's vote is seen as a strong sign of voter sentiment presidential elections in march of next year. Anthony kuhn in
How two friends made art history buying a $70M digital work
"A digital work of art sold at auction for a lot of money this was a record breaker she eight million five hundred thousand Seoul which is about sixty nine million dollars the artist is known as people real name Mike Winkelmann it's called every day the first five thousand days images created every day from people's Instagram page it can be displayed in a bunch of different places all at the same time versus the painting the painting is never going to be anything more than a it's just going to sit there one of the co buyers is in non banks Kate's Warren is the the artist of our generation and it's not because the artwork is completely digital represents the only thing that's not active in this discipline then that's fine the big money payout was made in crypto currency I'm at Donahue
Seoul: North Korea fires projectile into sea
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Korea says North Korea has fired a projectile into the sea according to the South Korea joint chiefs of staff there's been another launch by North Korea in a statement the south Korean military says the north fired at least one unidentified projectile into its eastern waters the launch was the second in less than a week by North Korea US and south Korean officials said earlier that the north fired short range weapons presumed to be cruise missiles into its western C. over the weekend so far North Korea has declined by the administration efforts to reach out hi Mike Rossio
The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran
"So we can hop right in and talk about this kind of core business problem of kind of soil quality and understanding that informs today. Maybe you could talk about the business value there and how and why it's done because i think it's new for a lot of the listeners. Shar dan Today when people typically think about farming and farmers they think about another person farming and think about the crops. Everything that's above ground. Nobody really things or considers the land the soil on which the crops are grown. That's really not in your visual when you think about farming and yet you know. The state of the world is such that if we continue to farm the waiver farming soil and land today remember not just farming proxima farming crops and soil and land. There's only sixty cycles left of cropping left on the land on earth today so that essentially another way of saying it as over two thirds of the land. Today is completely degraded berry degraded to the point where we're not. We're not going to be able to meet our demands for food. Fiber fuel remembers largest. Food is also fiber. So that's really the biggest problem were faced with as a planet it's not just for our startup is for everyone out. That's the biggest problem. How do you cheated. Grove wood fiber and fuel with the resources that we have today while continuing to meet the demands of our growing populations. And that's really where the soil piece comes in. Is you look at everything. That's being done today to farm. There's so much fertilizer that goes into farming rape there are some of the stats out. There are staggering. There's two hundred million tons of fertilizer that are being used today or farming but growing our coroner are even almonds grapes. You know anything that you'd think of this food game from mando is treated with fertilizer at some point and we don't need all that for license plans do need all of that fertilizer back. I'd say over a third to half of that. Fertilizer is not taken up by plants. It's run off into waters so it causes water pollution it causes air degradation goes back to the atmosphere and it causes. Soil degradation right. And so there's this whole concept of overuse that's resulting in seoul declaration. There is also the area where crops have diseases to plans. Have diseases stu and one of the number one tools that armor is really have in their toolkit to fight. Diseases are pesticides. Nobody here about pesticides all the time for farming and typically people think of it in a negative connotation. Oh it's killing bees. It's killing butterfly on bright and it's causing social degradation but farmers really do need it like. It is a key tool joke if diseases if we can help them better understand. What's in their soils. That can place these fertilizers and pesticides in the right acres for the right indications that the right risk mitigation scenarios bats really where data in intelligence content. What is that land telling you. What is that soil telling you before you go into front that crop. That's really where did on intelligence about soil is so critical today and it's so exciting like all. The technologies are sciences. Where technology is today. That's where we are at that next like we are at the frontier where we can bring. All of. this is in this technology today together to be able to unlock the power of soil to be able to provide this intelligence to our farmers so that they can make better decisions. Not tomorrow but today
The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran
"So we can hop right in and talk about this kind of core business problem of kind of soil quality and understanding that informs today. Maybe you could talk about the business value there and how and why it's done because i think it's new for a lot of the listeners. Shar dan Today when people typically think about farming and farmers they think about another person farming and think about the crops. Everything that's above ground. Nobody really things or considers the land the soil on which the crops are grown. That's really not in your visual when you think about farming and yet you know. The state of the world is such that if we continue to farm the waiver farming soil and land today remember not just farming proxima farming crops and soil and land. There's only sixty cycles left of cropping left on the land on earth today so that essentially another way of saying it as over two thirds of the land. Today is completely degraded berry degraded to the point where we're not. We're not going to be able to meet our demands for food. Fiber fuel remembers largest. Food is also fiber. So that's really the biggest problems were faced with as a planet it's not just for our startup is for everyone out. That's the biggest problem. How do you cheated. Grove wood fiber and fuel with the resources that we have today while continuing to meet the demands of our growing populations. And that's really where the soil piece comes in. Is you look at everything. That's being done today to farm. There's so much fertilizer that goes into farming rape there are some of the stats out. There are staggering. There's two hundred million tons of fertilizer that are being used today or farming but growing our coroner are even almonds grapes. You know anything that you'd think of this food game from mando is treated with fertilizer at some point and we don't need all that for license plans do need all of that fertilizer back. I'd say over a third to half of that. Fertilizer is not taken up by plants. It's run off into waters so it causes water pollution it causes air degradation goes back to the atmosphere and it causes. Soil degradation right. And so there's this whole concept for overuse that's resulting in seoul declaration.
China-U.S. meeting in Alaska: What to expect?
"Coming to America. I'm David Anthony Fox News, but it could get a frosty reception today in Alaska. In the first face to face meeting with our new secretary of state, Fox is Simon Owen has more live. Dave ahead of talks with China's top diplomats. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has accused China of aggressive and authoritarian behavior. Speaking in Seoul, South Korea, Blinken also stressed China's role in convincing North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons. I would hope that whatever happens, going forward China will use that influence effectively. Tonto work on moving North Korea to denuclearization, Both sides are setting low expectations for today's meeting. A senior U. S official causes a chance to take stock, Dave
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"Purge one and while we may never know the truth. I think there is a point there. Maybe it was just legacy on the candidacy that maybe legacy might have gotten a whole lot more votes and they just might have won. So i mean like you know jay park and swings came out on the interview on said this bet. No one is ever going to be in a fully satisfied like not. everyone's It is what it is and a no. I hope if anything this gives them more motivation for next year's video so that no one could even say you know dp are it's okay deep. Didn't get the award. Like i want the appear to be so much motivated that decree to bomb these Lewin can argue. Sorry sorry over. An granted like the dp on crew always had greet visuals late. It was one of his win. Was one of the reasons. why so. Many people gravitated toward break. His visuals have been always consistently amazing. Like from the start. It wasn't not like e leg. He improved over time. Like dp are had great visuals from the very beginning. That's always something that has been very what it called it a intriguing to me like. How do you start off so so talented. Many artists in the korean puff seen were very influenced by. I guess like you to upgrade their visuals. It was not just about the the vigilant as well. Of course like review records. I don't care about the visuals but when it comes to marketing strategy when it comes to having a great families when it comes to selling your music visuals are very important. Like ever since deep deep Almost a game changer. It's not like his videos are super like on. What do you call it challenging. I guess it's not like an amiga see being video. He's not like a bombing target video but when it comes to the quality of the visuals when it comes to colored comparisons color contrast sorry cup color contrast like he was heat the even if like to the most skeptics of the dp our crew. One thing you can never take away from them is really changed. The visual game here in korea like that stuff has classic accomplishment in maybe if there was a career hip hop award back then when deep your started off that would have been great but this is like the third award. I think i can definitely see why dp are felt underrated also as we begin to a slowly rapper. Per show guys. Is there any artist or song that you guys are currently listening to and would like to share a recommend tourist our listeners. I think yesterday wasn't or two to three days. Ago was international. Women's day south all the women across the globe gardell woman and There's a very four thinking artist here in created by the name of lim. kim kim. yeah she's a female. She's a woman rapper and she always was ahead of the curve like her generation album. Like if you haven't the have to listen to it but that's not the track on to talk about today. She released a track and celebration celebration of international women's day. It is a very Seamless hybrid of hip hop and korean. Traditional music dissolves. Name is margo. Yeah it's a single bizarre name is margo and it was produced one of my favorite producers in the game right now on the producer's name is malibu. Do not be confused with madeline. It's worse which emily l. i. b. is it. He's a super talented producer. Like every detail in the be like dishonor like the base like the tone of it. It's very i. It's so detailed. Mallett has always put a very detailed production. And this shows in this new track and lincoln's performances in it's amazing Especially foreign fast. The almost the entirety of the lyrics are in english. So i think. I think you'll see what is going for. Like this is not exactly the like like m seeing kind of hip hop but this is a very techno bit like illing trying influence alternative is a great track period. So go in and check it out. Limb can mago for me. I pick don mills. Eight and off of his first album called young don and it was released in two thousand fourteen. It's produced by t k. Who's also a producer in vmc. And the reason why i chose. This is because in lately. I've been needing of motivational song. Stuff that that's very high high energy high octane. And i totally forgot that. I had the song in my in my phone and i was playing over and over and it just gave me this boost of energy you while i'm working or doing other things and it just gave me this motivational feel to it and i love don mills just because he has a soothing tone. He's he's a big guy you know he has a big stature but his voice is very unique in. It's very interesting. The way he flows on his songs he has a really good cadence and in the song is really talks about who. He is as an introduction to the korean hip hop scene but also to mc so and he was born in nineteen eighty eight. So i thought it was really clever with the word play that he has in the song adding on guess a bit like that eighty eight track. You just talked about when it comes to. I think korean hypothesis jury like that track classic Because no one actually did that kind of track before domino's it was like this chicago drew kind of like super high violin Unknown actually doing that much but he was the first person to do it. Like i really think without don mills like there wouldn't have been an educated kid or all these trappers out here a store. Yeah domino's deserves that credit. That's all the time we have for today. But please do comment and let us know what you think of the top base when we went over today and also if you enjoyed today's episode please subscribe to our podcast all platforms and to give us that five star rating and of course if you guys more more k. At bob juice please check on youtube channel. Show me the one for more interested contents. Also follow our social media. 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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"So definitely go check it out. Yeah for sure for sure will definitely check that out for me i. I went a different route. So i chose a song called over. Think by ship. Drum and a feature sam kim and this song is off of syndromes. Foaling album called. Who i am which dropped this year and i know. Our podcast focuses a lot on k. Hip hop but for me lately. I chose this song because it has an art. It's an r&b vibe to it but also at the same time. I really liked sam. Kim's vocals on the track it's very calm melodic and the title itself over think really resonates with Especially with the pandemic that's going on and people are staying home in in. I really think our mental health is beginning to become affected by it and for me especially dealing with anxiety and mental health and depression. Listening to the song is really uplifting and very encouraging to hear so. And i know for a fact syndrome is an upcoming producer also. Great drummer so. I would definitely recommend the song to everybody. Syndrome is definitely a producer to look out for agreed agreed. Well that's all the time we have for today. Please do comment and let us know what you think of this whole battle. Do you think the style of fast rap is outdated and once again. I just wanna say thank you so much for the continuous support and as always please go and subscribe to our podcast for more amazing contents. Please visit and follow our social media pages at seoul underscore therapy again that seoul s. c. o. u. l. underscore therapy. Thank you.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"So definitely go check it out. Yeah for sure for sure will definitely check that out for me i. I went a different route. So i chose a song called over. Think by xinjiang. And a feature. Sam kim and this song is off of syndromes. Foaling album called who. I am which dropped this year. And i know our podcast. Focus a lot on k. Hip hop but for me lately. I chose this song because it has an art. It's an rn. Be vibe to it but also at the same time. I really liked sam. Kim's vocals on this track it's very calm melodic and the title itself over think really resonates with me a lot especially with the pandemic that's going on and people are staying home in in. I really think our mental health is beginning to become affected by it and for me especially dealing with anxiety and mental health and depression. Listening to the song is really uplifting and very encouraging to hear so. And i know for a fact syndrome is an upcoming producer and also great drummer so i would definitely recommend the song to everybody. Yeah syndrome is definitely a producer to look out for agreed agreed. Well that's all the time we have for today. Please do comment and let us know what you think of this whole this battle. Do you think the style of fast rap is outdated and once again. I just wanna say thank you. So much for the continuous support as always please go. And subscribe to our podcast. And for more amazing contents. Please visit and follow our social media pages at seoul underscore therapy again that seoul. Seo url underscore therapy. Thank you and see guys next time piece..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Sense what do you. What is your guy salonga building once point Yeah there's a tendency you when it comes to korean hip hop the john refunds. Really care about the skills but the people who are just casual fans and i'm not trying to gatekeeper. I'm just talking. What talking about facts here. there's a tendency when there's rappers beliefs that people try to figure out who did something wrong about the actual districts. Not i mean even if the distract this thought if even if For example rapper asap is beefing and repor puts out the better distract but it turns out that the rapper a was the one who's technically morally wrong. The people side with rapper. A g right to the people side with rapper. Be sorry people go with the morley right person. Instead of the person who put out the best better district is what. I'm saying and call kind of galvez. Track was kind of a commentary on that he just outside on the track to but that trial was more of a public service announcement for. Yeah like y'all hip hop fans are wack for doing that the fuck up and take this is how you wrap is kind of what was seen and it was a really great track because on the i. I don't know if you noticed one but the hook for that call. Electric was actually lyric from outsider. Oh no way. Yeah yeah now how to negate like that shit. That's one of outsiders trademark lines but he flipped that into his own hook snap. Yeah that was. That was great. That was. That was when i knew man. We're in for something great and then also moving on a like kizzee's track a lot because conceals these track like rhymes game like kills. You have the best rhyme scheme out of all these tracks. I know i know he. Loo uses audit tuna lot and in might not show. but he's capable. He's a really capable. Rapper there are not many rappers that can rhyme like he does like give him a upbeat and making the spit of sixteen. He'll have no problem at all. That's how good his rhyme schemes are and within that rhyme scheme managed to be both laureus and serious at the same time and he had a lot of omar's lines like he had lyrics from Swings lyrics from justice and he flipped it in his own way like it was a really good track. And then there's toronto's track which was great too because obviously what once said about the what toon alive. That was hilarious I especially when it goes along in. Because i never thought he would be acting. Dissing like more of the philosophical rapper. He's more about the the serious rapper. You know what i mean true. Yeah and so. I thought when it comes to like attacking someone when it comes to making fun of someone i don't. I never thought he would be very talented. That but he he was down at the debt. And i think he really exceeded expectations for him and paid off. It was a really great track and the tracks that i have problems with was the all the other tracks like people that were directly involved kind of tracks on select wallin young young jaundice european completely honest ear. Those tracks weren't good period hunt. They're mixing was terrible. First of all that makes him but makes those. Drake drags were outright terrible. If you think that goes were good engineer like those tracks are like good examples in engineering years. Something's something's wrong with your. They were mixed terribly like the vocals. Were like swimming in the be lake. It's like an like you're putting this out for people to listen to right. You can mix it properly. It's not like you don't have a company on your right. You just got scientific. Carl's why aren't the tracks mixed properly. I never got that true. Mixie's import Any kind of forced because they weren't involved technically but they kind kind of this because you know their label mate was getting dissed it. It just seemed like the lyrics and the way they delivered didn't have enough punch. It felt kind of detached. It felt like they weren't really trying to discipline. The first place was like. They're doing it because they had to. And that. that is never good in a distract sounding insurer sounding sounding on investing the forced choice. You can make true. If you're at the district might as well come on my shrunk. Yeah you might as well mean it is what was saying exactly that and for me. I must admit i agree with you. Guys call guy to me had the most effective this truck and look. If you're part of chop wounds level you gotta break up. Bring your a game because all of them is alleged underground scene so now i kinda sense that guy was going to be effective out of all of the other artists and then with outsider. It just again it was solid. It was grade. I didn't expect a lot like you guys mentioned. Because he's been out of the game for awhile so just hearing him again was cool but in terms of the lyric side if felt short compared to the is in being neutral. Here you know. I'm not a was officially better than the other. But but from from the musical standpoint wise. I'll i thought called at the end of the day. Had these strongest track at all the other guys but i mean look what he did somebody like outsider at least for me. I don't know the whole story. Because like i said i don't know the korean language too. Well so i'm not familiar with everything. And i can't even follow with what outsiders says because it's just way too fast thing at the end of the day at some point you have to show the respect because it's been a while since we've all seen outsider it also for chicago to just automatically call out outsider on the spotlight that it was a little bit concerning just because it has been a while but also outsider is a hit or miss with a lot of people so i think in terms of the respect aspect of it the ethics of it. I just thought the timing was a bit off. Maybe you could have. If you wanted to really call could have done it a bit later instead of wing it after the dingo killing vers these i just think it just puts a negative image not towards not just towards outside Dingo yeah actually. The producer kind of has beef with. Lvn seen now. I mean because it's been a while since also has been there Arm shirt from dingo alikes outsiders. So there's a reason why the autumn onto the the killing verse so super existed man. The timing was off for me. In my opinion you could have done it a bit later if you really wanted to but just to go off right away like that just for me. I i didn't think it was appropriate because because this because this is always happen. It's just a matter of that person. Starting when the.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"I don't know about you guys. What is what. I definitely feel like this or is putting out more well known artists. The candidacy rather than less known wants to be a category called in you producer of the year. In what. I mean there is new year. That would have a better actually. But there's no new producer of the year investor. So i think that if he works come out you pretty of the year or upcoming producer of the year. We'll be like a really good by to a person like that who is relatively lot less knowing that the other may she producers out there might be a little rough thirty costas should have been on your for one reason. I think pretty causal was everywhere. Not only are. Vmc albums a lot. Not a lot of people know this. But freddie goss oh has multiple aliases no. I did not like he has a few names. He has like three or four names. Really he uses for different types of beats on one of the best known. Wars is caused used this this when he makes trap beats for tribe rappers and in that sense like there is that he was on so many projects this year like. He was everywhere. I couldn't believe that pretty kossovo is really making his own solo joints all the songs for vmc making many sauce for vmc albums. He also had the entire production done for do know a radical kits. You're show me the money he's a. He's a rapper. From label liebeck and chill it was. Nc it's led by chabu this very hardcore hip hop label. He had two albums out this. This called kitschy had two albums out and the fans loved these two albums like he had two full length albums this year and all of them was produced by freddie costco under the name y. Oh wow produced a least. I think like eighty to ninety dollars this year. While at least that's at least and i don't know why he's not nominated on this because he's a producer that is a in house producer for vmc right vis major company. Everyone who like not necessarily everyone deep flow and chong-il is on this. There's no reason or panda is on this. There's no reason that freddie costco is not on here because he has fans in defense like he has a legitimate. He has a fan base. So i don't know why he is not on risk because look at the other candidates. I'm not denying any of them any of their work. Kazu kind of worked harder than any of these users you to shear off like and it's not like he was like making throw a beats everywhere like oh definitely speech where quality beats agrees pizza. Were one like one produced one of the greatest singles of this year. So like why. I really don't get it like out of all the things i'm saying today. I think this is the most. This is the most important point. Like how freddie casa is not on this producer nomination is kind of baffling for me. I agree it's a shame..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Is that hard like consider a hard drug here and flipping that and making an entire album about weed is just a monumental moment it korean hip hop so. I think that is why i saw the album of the year list. It's not because of the sound of more because of the lyrics hip pop album has done this before. And i think that kind of deserves to be commended. I think twenty twenty was agreed year for created hip hop like among korean fans. We kind of never had a time where there were this many albums in a single year you had little cherry. Goba do know that little cherry. Yeah they dropped. A great tape called chef talk which is a very forward thinking mumble rap album like the production on that and everything it just something that was never heard before like Even in the states no one is doing sound like that like fusing two thousand southern bounds with a very avin guard approached. Everything and there was also be free with free. The beast v free. I know he's very controversial artist right there like he's very controversial but what many people are claiming especially foreign fans are not aware of is that he's kind of our connie west okay musically yet musically. He's are kanye west like every time he drops an album. The landscape of korean hip hop changes the soundscape changes. You can't take a single album out of his discovery and say that this shit album. You can't it's dad. Good out like that solid and that great of a discography and especially with this recent free beast album. Do you know memphis up. Of course yes. No one has tried memphis hip. Hop in the way be free did in korean hip hop it for fusing elements of country western. Music country western music with memphis. It just never happened before. It is not exactly a sound you can here in the states either so there were many snaps actually with the award thing but you can only have six albums on there right Like there were too many albums to just like. Skip out on there. Were there too less slots too many almost put on there. It is difficult to select the biggest controversy with this award. Is that artist of the year. Okay let's go there. The biggest problem. That korean fans are having is that people. Who did it put out. An album are nominated for just yeah. Justice didn't put out an album and paolo alto did not put out an album right and technically jay parked in an either. He did put out the compilation album. So did palo alto. But they didn't put out solo stuff. And i think korean had bought fans are kind of alienated by this. Like a person who doesn't have solo album this year getting nominated year like album like artist of the year is. That's the controversy here. Do you think people are kind of fine with other stuff. Is an album necessary. Chosen artist of the year. Like i think it's pretty self explanatory Award titles called artist of the year. Not always with the best album. The you know what i mean. That's how i look at it like you said jaden dropping album but he dropped fifty. Some songs Twenty twenty and that's like song week. There's no artists who drops song a week..
South Koreans Celebrate Historic Oscar Wins of 'Parasite'
"South Koreans have been reacting with rare collective joy after director bong joon ho is parasite won the Oscar for Best Picture and three other awards there was even celebration of bongs alma mater Seoul's Yonsei university students belonging to a school movie club watch the Academy Awards ceremony together and cheered when parasite received the Best Picture award the movies the first non English language film to win Best Picture in the history of the Academy Awards and is the first south Korean movie to ever win an Oscar the youngest member of the film's cast to play the child of a wealthy family watch the ceremony with his mother in Seoul he John John who's ten shouted with joy as he watched the TV broadcast of the awards he told the Associated Press he thought it would be awesome to get them and we actually won he was wondering if I'm in heaven